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South Africa vs Namibia, Africa Cup of Nations 2019 – Preview, Prediction, Match Details and Live Streaming

Namibia will hope to cause a furious and successfully knock South Africa out of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. South Africa find themselves in the awkward position of a first round exit at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. They are strong top choices to beat Namibia.

South Africa vs Namibia Team News

South Africa

South Africa failed to make good use of the ball in their opening challenge of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations against Ivory Coast as they succumbed to a narrow defeat to leave them with a daunting battle to advance.

They attempted to make chances with them just figuring out how to get two shots away all game and with neither of those on target, it features where they have to improve as they lost 1-0.

The South Africans are not honored with a squad full of superstars and must work hard as a team to turn around the defeat to the Ivory Coast which could see a similar beginning XI named except if mentor Stuart Baxter deviates away from what he sees as his best team.


Namibia endured late misfortune in their opening game of the Africa Cup of Nations as a late own goal cruelly denied them from securing a point against Morocco to leave them in an extreme position in Group D.

A startling point would have given their odds of qualification to the knockout stages a major boost yet they presently face an uphill battle after Iitamunua Keimuine’s 89th-minute own-goal.

Namibia were outflanked by Morocco however set up a decent battle and figured out how to keep them from scoring until the unfortunate own-goal yet after working so hard, they may hope to make certain improvements after the mentally-draining defeat.

South Africa vs Namibia Match Prediction

South Africa should improve before goal on the off chance that they need to progress to the knockout stages of the Africa Cup of Nations 2019. They were poor in the last third, making few possibilities and failing to test the ‘keeper in their challenge against Ivory Coast and should now hope to beat Namibia. It won’t be a simple challenge with Namibia demonstrating they can be stubborn defensively in their game against Morocco yet with plenty on the line, the South Africans ought to have the option to edge this.

Here’s how individuals can watch the Kenya vs Tanzania match and what to know:

When is Kenya vs Tanzania match happening?

The Kenya vs Tanzania match will happen on Friday 28th June, 2019 – 21:00 (UK).

Where is Kenya vs Tanzania happening?

The Kenya vs Tanzania match will be played at Al Salam Stadium, Cairo.

What TV channel is Kenya vs Tanzania on?

All AFCON matches will be televised live on either Eurosport 1 or Eurosport 2.

Where can people stream Kenya vs Tanzania?

In Africa, SuperSport 4 and 10 will broadcast the match and the opening ceremony.

Elsewhere: Eurosport Player (UK) and beIN Sports Connect (U.S.).

Where can people get tickets for Kenya vs Tanzania?


South Africa vs Namibia Full Team Squads

South Africa Team Players

Goalkeepers: Bruce Bvuma (Kaizer Chiefs), Darren Keet (Bidvest Wits), Rowen Williams (SuperSport United)

Defenders: Daniel Cardoso (Kaizer Chiefs), Sifiso Hlanti, Thulani Hlatshwayo (both Bidvest Wits), Innocent Maela (Orlando Pirates), Thamsanqa Mkhize (Cape Town City), Buhle Mkhwanazi (Bidvest Wits), Ramahlwe Mphahlele (Kaizer Chiefs)

Midfielders: Dean Furman (SuperSport United), Hlompho Kekana (Mamelodi Sundowns), Thembinkosi Lorch (Orlando Pirates), Tiyani Mabunda (Mamelodi Sundowns), Kamohelo Mokotjo (Brentford, England), Thulani Serero (Vitesse Arnhem, Netherlands), Themba Zwane (Mamelodi Sundowns), Bongani Zungu (Amiens, France)

Forwards: Lebogang Maboe (Mamelodi Sundowns), Lebo Mothiba (Racing Strasbourg, France), Percy Tau (Royal Union St Gilloise, Belgium), Lars Veldwijk (Sparta Rotterdam, Netherlands), Sibusiso Vilakazi (Mamelodi Sundowns)

Namibia Team Players

Goalkeepers: Maximilian Mbaeva (Lamontville Golden Arrows, South Africa), Ratanda Mbazuvara (African Stars), Loydt Kazapua (Maccabi, South Africa)

Defenders: Ryan Nyambe (Blackburn Rovers, England); Riaan Hanamub (Jomo Cosmos, South Africa), Ananias Gebhardt (Baroka, South Africa), Danzil Haoseb (Highlands Park, South Africa), Charles Hambira (Tura Magic), Ivan Kamberipa (African Stars)

Midfielders: Petrus Shitembi (Lusaka Dynamos, Zambia), Willy Stephanus (Lusaka Dynamos, Zambia), Ronald Ketjijere (African Star Windhoek), Deon Hotto (Bidvest Wits, South Africa), Dynamo Fredericks (Black Africa), Marcel Papama (African Stars Windhoek), Larry Horaeb (Tura Magic), Absalom Iimbondi (United Africa Tigers), Joslyn Kamatuka (Cape Umoya United)

Forwards: Manfred Starke (Carl Zeiss Jena, Germany), Benson Shilongo (Ismaily, Egypt), Iitamunua Keimuine (Dire Dawa City, Ethiopia), Peter Shalulile (Highlands Park, South Africa), Isaskar Gurirab (Life Fighters)


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